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Ten Trends Release
Ten Trends Release
Public
Created by Anne Kenneally
Friday, 7 July 2017 12:30 pm
to Thursday, September 28 2017 1:00 am


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Ten Trends impacting on education in 2017! Join Derek Wenmoth, Director of eLearning at CORE Education, on Facebook Live at 12.30pm this Friday, 7th July, as Derek discusses the release of CORE's Ten Trends and provides valuable insights into what is driving the greater emphasis on a digital technologies curriculum in schools. If you have any questions you would like answered on the day please add them in the comments section below. To view previous years Ten Trends visit http://bit.ly/2sDLh50

For more information visit our page in Connected Educator Aotearoa

    • Anne Kenneally
      By Anne Kenneally
      Jul 7

      What a privilege to hear Derek discussing CORE ten trends today, live on facebook. You can download the trends here as a pdf. You can explore one at a time, or as a whole.  

      How might you begin to explore these as a staff?  With your students?  With your whānau?

       

      • Anne-Louise Robertson
        By Anne-Louise Robertson
        Jul 10

        Kia ora,

        I was thinking that the ten trends might be a great way for one of the schools I am working with. They want to develop a shared understanding with whānau of why and how they are using digital technologies for learning. The ten trends could be a great starting point to explore that understanding with whānau.

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